Today’s Forecast: October 8, 2018

Tonight will be partly cloudy and warm in the upper 60s with some patchy fog developing late. Tuesday will consist of partly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 80s. An isolated sprinkle is possible throughout the day. Wednesday will be partly sunny with an isolated afternoon storm and temperatures into the low to mid 80s.

The weather begins to change on Wednesday night as showers increase ahead of a cold front; but also moisture from Michael pushes north with lows in the low 70s. Winds will pick up throughout the day on Thursday as Michael makes its way up the southeast coast, bringing cloudy skies and periods of rain. Highs will remain above average in the low 80s. The strongest winds and best chance for coastal flooding will likely take place on Thursday night as the center of Michael passes over the NC/VA border; but also the cold front passing through Delmarva from the north . Stay tuned for updates on Hurricane Michael.

An isolated shower can linger into Friday morning with skies clearing throughout the day and winds decreasing, highs will be only in the upper 60s. The chilly air comes in at full force for the weekend as lows for Saturday drop into the lower 50s  and upper 40s on Sunday. Skies for the weekend will be sunny on Saturday and mostly sunny on Sunday. Highs will also be around average in the mid to upper 60s for the weekend. Another cold front makes its push towards Delmarva on Monday bringing a few showers and partly sunny skies, with readings increasing to around 70°.

Have a great night!


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